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SEC Announces 2014 Football Schedule

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Just eight days from the start of the 2013 season, we finally have the 2014 SEC football schedule. 

Since the league’s website inevitably buckles under the initial rush of traffic, I’ve cut and pasted each team’s schedule below. 

This will be the first year that Arkansas and Missouri and South Carolina and Texas A&M are cross-division rivals. 

Florida gets to travel to Alabama and retains LSU as it’s permanent opponent. Congrats, Will Muschamp. 

Of note here, the SEC Network launches strong, with A&M at South Carolina on Thursday night August 28th. Let the distribution battles officially begin.

For all the interest, there’s only one SEC game to be decided under the current scheduling format:

Florida plays at Alabama, Vandy plays at Mississippi State, Tennessee plays at Ole Miss, Georgia plays at Arkansas, Kentucky plays at LSU, Auburn plays at South Carolina, Missouri plays at Texas A&M

Here are the full SEC schedules for 2014:

2014 SEC Football Schedule (Conference Games Only)

Week-by-Week




Aug. 28

Texas A&M at South Carolina



Aug. 30

Arkansas at Auburn



Sept. 6

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt



Sept. 13

Kentucky at Florida

Georgia at South Carolina



Sept. 20

Florida at Alabama

Mississippi State at LSU

South Carolina at Vanderbilt



Sept. 27

Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Dallas)

Tennessee at Georgia

Vanderbilt at Kentucky

Missouri at South Carolina



Oct. 4

Alabama at Ole Miss

LSU at Auburn

Florida at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Georgia

South Carolina at Kentucky

Texas A&M at Mississippi State



Oct. 11

Alabama at Arkansas

Auburn at Mississippi State

LSU at Florida

Georgia at Missouri

Ole Miss at Texas A&M



Oct. 18

Texas A&M at Alabama

Georgia at Arkansas

Missouri at Florida

Kentucky at LSU

Tennessee at Ole Miss



Oct. 25

Alabama at Tennessee

South Carolina at Auburn

Mississippi State at Kentucky

Ole Miss at LSU

Vanderbilt at Missouri



Nov. 1

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Auburn at Ole Miss

Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)

Kentucky at Missouri

Tennessee at South Carolina



Nov. 8

Alabama at LSU

Texas A&M at Auburn

Florida at Vanderbilt

Georgia at Kentucky



Nov. 15

Mississippi State at Alabama

LSU at Arkansas

Auburn at Georgia

South Carolina at Florida

Kentucky at Tennessee

Missouri at Texas A&M



Nov. 22

Ole Miss at Arkansas

Vanderbilt at Mississippi State

Missouri at Tennessee



Nov. 27

LSU at Texas A&M



Nov. 29

Auburn at Alabama

Arkansas at Missouri

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Tennessee at Vanderbilt



2014 SEC Football Schedule (Conference Games Only)

Team-By-Team




ALABAMA

Sept. 20 – FLORIDA

Oct. 4 – at Ole Miss

Oct. 11 – at Arkansas

Oct. 18 – TEXAS A&M

Oct. 25 – at Tennessee

Nov. 8 – at LSU

Nov. 15 – MISSISSIPPI STATE

Nov. 29 – AUBURN



ARKANSAS

Aug. 30 – at Auburn

Sept. 27 – vs. Texas A&M (Dallas)

Oct. 11 – ALABAMA

Oct. 18 – GEORGIA

Nov. 1 – at Mississippi State

Nov. 15 – LSU

Nov. 22 – OLE MISS

Nov. 29 – at Missouri



AUBURN

Aug. 30 – ARKANSAS

Oct. 4 – LSU

Oct. 11 – at Mississippi State

Oct. 25 – SOUTH CAROLINA

Nov. 1 – at Ole Miss

Nov. 8 – TEXAS A&M

Nov. 15 – at Georgia

Nov. 29 – at Alabama



FLORIDA

Sept. 13 – KENTUCKY

Sept. 20 – at Alabama

Oct. 4 – at Tennessee

Oct. 11 – LSU

Oct. 18 – MISSOURI

Nov. 1 – vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)

Nov. 8 – at Vanderbilt

Nov. 15 – SOUTH CAROLINA



GEORGIA

Sept. 13 – at South Carolina

Sept. 27 – TENNESSEE

Oct. 4 – VANDERBILT

Oct. 11 – at Missouri

Oct. 18 – at Arkansas

Nov. 1 – vs. Florida (Jacksonville)

Nov. 8 – at Kentucky

Nov. 15 – AUBURN



KENTUCKY

Sept. 13 – at Florida

Sept. 27 – VANDERBILT

Oct. 4 – SOUTH CAROLINA

Oct. 18 – at LSU

Oct. 25 – MISSISSIPPI STATE

Nov. 1 – at Missouri

Nov. 8 – GEORGIA

Nov. 15 – at Tennessee



LSU

Sept. 20 – MISSISSIPPI STATE

Oct. 4 – at Auburn

Oct. 11 – at Florida

Oct. 18 – KENTUCKY

Oct. 25 – OLE MISS

Nov. 8 – ALABAMA

Nov. 15 – at Arkansas

Nov. 27 – at Texas A&M



OLE MISS

Sept. 6 – at Vanderbilt

Oct. 4 – ALABAMA

Oct. 11 – at Texas A&M

Oct. 18 – TENNESSEE

Oct. 25 – at LSU

Nov. 1 – AUBURN

Nov. 22 – at Arkansas

Nov. 29 – MISSISSIPPI STATE



MISSISSIPPI STATE

Sept. 20 – at LSU

Oct. 4 – TEXAS A&M

Oct. 11 – AUBURN

Oct. 25 – at Kentucky

Nov. 1 – ARKANSAS

Nov. 15 – at Alabama

Nov. 22 – VANDERBILT

Nov. 29 – at Ole Miss



MISSOURI

Sept. 27 – at South Carolina

Oct. 11 – GEORGIA

Oct. 18 – at Florida

Oct. 25 – VANDERBILT

Nov. 1 – KENTUCKY

Nov. 15 – at Texas A&M

Nov. 22 – at Tennessee

Nov. 29 – ARKANSAS



SOUTH CAROLINA

Aug. 28 – TEXAS A&M

Sept. 13 – GEORGIA

Sept. 20 – at Vanderbilt

Sept. 27 – MISSOURI

Oct. 4 – at Kentucky

Oct. 25 – at Auburn

Nov. 1 – TENNESSEE

Nov. 15 – at Florida



TENNESSEE

Sept. 27 – at Georgia

Oct. 4 – FLORIDA

Oct. 18 – at Ole Miss

Oct. 25 – ALABAMA

Nov. 1 – at South Carolina

Nov. 15 – KENTUCKY

Nov. 22 – MISSOURI

Nov. 29 – at Vanderbilt



TEXAS A&M

Aug. 28 – at South Carolina

Sept. 27 – vs. Arkansas (Dallas)

Oct. 4 – at Mississippi State

Oct. 11 – OLE MISS

Oct. 18 – at Alabama

Nov. 8 – at Auburn

Nov. 15 – MISSOURI

Nov. 27 – LSU



VANDERBILT

Sept. 6 – OLE MISS

Sept. 20 – SOUTH CAROLINA

Sept. 27 – at Kentucky

Oct. 4 – at Georgia

Oct. 25 – at Missouri

Nov. 8 – FLORIDA

Nov. 22 – at Mississippi State

Nov. 29 – TENNESSEE

 

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.